This style changes the width of Google search results. Simple enough. I think this looks much better, particularly on wide/high resolution monitors. This may not be the only such userstyle to accomplish this, but it was specifically written with such detail as to not break the layout of one of my other styles, BetterSearch - preview box tweaks. (06-23-07 - Updated to include topic specific Google searches: Linux, BSD, & microsoft) (06-23-07 - Updated to 1) include minimum height adjustment for each search result listing, & 2) include MusicSearch - Google's layout includes breaks, so the text simply won't spread the full width) (03-08-08 - Updated to include the inexplicable addition of the "http://www.l.google.com" domain) (08-24-08 - Updated to Google's new code) (09-26-08 - Cleaned up code & updated to include additional elements to be widened) (10-13-08 - Updated video-snippet code) (12-03-08 - Updated to Google's new code)
It's about time to update (and improve) my old Gmail - Customize header line. Especially when Google have updated the interface. I think the screen-shots explains it all. As in my obsolete style there are several ways to hide the username address. select your own preference: a. Make the username address text faint and hard to spot form afar. b. Cross out the username address. The enabled preference (to see address use mouse to select address text). c. Cross out the username address using the background color (to see address use mouse to select address text). d. Completely remove the username address. P.S Best viewed when using Google 8pt v2.2 by PhiloHippus, but it's also OK on it's own.
When the "filter" option is used in CustomizeGoogle (a wonderful extension, by the way), the filtered results are replaced with a line of text alerting you that a result has been removed. Originally inspired by Google Search Results Filter, the purpose of this style is to ENTIRELY remove ALL filtered search results; if I intended to filter a specific site, I don't necessarily want to a giant hole in the layout of search results. This style takes care of that, removing any trace, all without breaking the layout of the page. Also, you do not have to update your "list", as there is no "list," as there is in Google Search Results Filter. This style works for both sites CustomizeGoogle filters: 1) Google search results and 2) Google News If you use CustomizeGoogle, please also see: CustomizeGoogle additions - Google Web, CustomizeGoogle additions - Google Images, CustomizeGoogle additions - Google Books, and CustomizeGoogle additions - Google Products. (03-08-08 - updated to include the inexplicable addition of the "http://www.l.google.com" domain) (09-02-08 - updated to reflect new Google code) (09-15-08 - code cleanup & updated t
The same as (and based on) Gmail Air Skin except it has green label declarations in the subject line. the red was a little harsh. although i haven't tried it, apparently loading it into greasemonkey instead of stylish will not work.
This style modifies the width of the Gmail navigation box (the area that contains "Inbox," "Starred," etc.). The default value seems unnecessarily wide, so the (non-auto) values set in this style reduce the width to the minimum value possible in order to retain visibility of all the elements and maintain a balanced appearance. Of course, these values can be changed to whatever you'd like. This isn't necessary for wider monitors, but is of relevance for smaller monitors. Gmail (old version) - navigation box (float) compliments this style well. ...I do have to admit that reducing the width of the navigation box does potentially reduce the visibility of contents of the labels box.
This style make a gap between gmail conversations. Gmailのメール一覧の行間を広くします。 changelog: 2008/06/25 Gmail Redesigned (by Globex Designs) との互換性を確認 2008/06/25 Now it's compatible with Gmail v2, and also Gmail Redesigned (by Globex Designs) 2007/10/31 - 新しいUI(IMAP対応・Contact Manager追加・高速化が施されたバージョン)に対応
Hides title and 'add to google' icon from google calendar embedded HTML display
NEW version : http://userstyles.org/styles/6473 this style is powered by -moz-column-width and -moz-column-gap and possibly won't work with other browser than Firefox Tested only on Firefox 3 (Minefield 3.0a) DESIGNED to have 500px wide columns. on 1600x1200 there will be 3 columns Extras: * You could have exact numbers of columns by replacing line "-moz-column-width: 500px !important;" with "-moz-column-count: 3;" of course you can change the 3 with your desired number of columns * If you want 'super tight' results remove ',span[class=a]' from the 3rd line from the end [that will make URL inline also copy and similiar links] Supported domains are: google.com google.pl
Googleの検索結果に番号を付けます。 AutoPagerize利用者向け。 (リンクで飛んだ2ページ目以降も番号が1から振られます。) >rio I use greasemonkey + AutoPagerize(http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/8551) + Favicon with Google3(http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/11616) to check favicon in google. because extension can't add favicon to AutoPagerized pages but GreaseMonkey script can. so, i don't support GoogleIcon.
Two other styles (Google - remove ads by . and remove google ad by tcpli) already remove ads, but they both have the same 2 flaws: 1: on the calendar in week- and day view, they remove the time displays 2: in Google Labs, they remove the Graduates, which show up on the right side of the screen. This version solves both problems for now (that is, until Google changes the layout again). If anyone finds another problem while using my style, post a review telling me about it and I'll see what I can do.